|Net Worth:||$200 Million|
|Born:||December 7, 1980|
|Date of Birth:||December 7, 1980|
|Country of Origin:||United States of America|
|Source of Wealth:||Entrepreneur|
|Monthly Income:||$4 Million|
|Profession:||Actor, Professional Poker Player|
Dan Bilzerian Net Worth
Dan Bilzerian is an American venture capitalist, actor social media star, and gambler. Dan Bilzerian has a net worth of $200 million (Rupees 2,100 Crore). Dan Bilzerian has started a business venture with the brand ‘Ignite’. Dan Bilzerian’s income comes from his business ventures and poker winnings. Dan Bilzerian became internationally famous thanks to his enormous social media following. He currently has more than 30 million followers on Instagram alone. On social media, Dan posts photos and videos of his over-the-top luxurious lifestyle.
Dan Bilzerian Early Life
Dan Bilzerian was born in Tampa Bay, Florida on December 7, 1980. Dan’s father, Paul Bilzerian, was a prominent private equity/corporate takeover specialist in the 1980s. Dan is of Armenian descent through his father. By the time Paul Bilzerian was 36 years old, he had already earned a self-made $40 million fortune. Unfortunately, in 1988 Paul was indicted for tax and security fraud. Dan was eight years old at the time. The elder Bilzerian declared bankruptcy in 2001 claiming just $15,000 in assets and more than $140 million worth of debt.
Dan’s mother is named Terri Steffen. Dan has a brother named Adam who is a fellow poker player. At their peak, the family lived in the largest home in Tampa, a 28,000-square-foot mansion with 10 bedrooms. This house was foreclosed on in 2016 after Paul relocated to the Caribbean to escape arrest. Before their father was indicted, he reportedly set up trust funds for both Dan and Adam. It’s unclear how much of these funds have contributed to Dan’s present-day opulent lifestyle or whether any of those funds were potentially ill-gotten in Paul’s alleged tax and security frauds.
Dan Bilzerian House
Dan Bilzerian does not own any house properties. Currently, he stays in a luxury mansion that is rented from an agency. The monthly rent for this house is $500,000. You may like Kylie Jenner’s Net Worth.
In recent years, the Instagram playboy lived in the lap of luxury for a whopping $200,000 per month in this stunning Bel-Air mansion. Spanning 30,000 square feet, 10979 Chalon Road is one of the most luxurious Los Angeles homes on the market.
Dan has lived most of the last decade in the Hollywood Hills, Bel Air, and Las Vegas. For tax purposes, Dan’s primary residence is in Las Vegas, Nevada. In 2014 he purchased a 5-bedroom home in Summerlin South for $4.1 million. He sold that house in 2017 for $5.1 million and then purchased a new house nearby for $10 million.
In 2018 Dan rented an enormous, four-story, 12-bedroom Bel Air mansion for a reported $50,000 per month. He had been previously spending $39,000 per month to rent his home in the Hollywood Hills. In his new mansion, which he aims to make feel like a nightclub, there’s a two-lane bowling alley, a wine cellar, a movie theater, a sports room, and five bars.
Dan Bilzerian Poker Career
In 2009, at the age of 29, Dan started playing poker professionally. He finished in 180th place at the 2009 World Series of Poker Main Event. This would turn out to be his most successful officially sanctioned poker event. His winnings topped $36,000. Today Dan is reputed to be a very good poker player.
Though his official career winnings at sanctioned events are relatively small, he claims to have won millions, and even tens of millions, in private events. In 2011, Dan and ten other celebrities were asked to pay back the winnings they’d won against Ponzi scheme artist Bradley Ruderman after Ruderman was sentenced to prison. They were asked to pay back the money to help pay back victims Ruderman had stolen from throughout his criminal career. That same year, Dan publicly defended Alex Rodriguez against accusations that Alex had gambled illegally.
During one particularly legendary event, Dan reportedly won $12.8 million. $10.8 million playing a single game of heads-up, no-limit hold ’em, at stakes of $5,000-$10,000. After winning, he immediately took a private jet to Mexico to celebrate. In that year alone, 2014, he claims to have won $50 million playing poker. He also has lost more than $3 million on at least three different occasions. He was named the “Funniest Poker Player on Twitter” by Bluff Magazine and is also the co-founder of Victory Poker.